Bloomberg: Robert LeBlanc Named IBM SVP of Cloud Business

Robert LeBlanc
Robert LeBlanc

Robert LeBlanc, formerly senior vice president of IBM’s (NYSE: IBM) software and cloud services group, has been named SVP of the company’s cloud computing business unit, Bloomberg reported Thursday.

Alex Barinka writes LeBlanc will report to CEO Virginia Rometty.

Martin Schroeter, chief financial officer of IBM, said in an October earnings conference call that the company’s cloud division aims to focus investment in service delivery to customers, Bloomberg reports.

IBM announced in 2014 the creation of the dedicated business with the goal of accelerating the development of its cloud services, according to the report.

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